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|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by eduj(m): 10:57am On May 01|
TheIstOfHisName:peeps like that are mostly not igbo's, they just impersonate an Eastern group to criticize another group then relax and watch the gullible igbo's attack one another. if you doubt me, pay a visit to the imo state thread
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by PROUDIGBO(m): 11:32am On May 01|
And so we land on the scary NUMBER OF THE BEAST!
If a DAMIAN moniker makes a post on this page, whatever you do don't answer it!
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|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by ChimaAdeoye: 1:55pm On May 01|
Apart from completing the remaining works at the Anambra International Passenger / Cargo airport, massive landscaping with trees, grass, and flowers is what must be followed up now. Hopefully, they have a landscaping team (Contractor) that does the landscaping work as a contract to ensure that it is properly done. This is also the best time for landscaping as we slowly enter the rainy season.
However, one final appeal I have seen among many Anambra indigenes and diasporans is for the MOU to develop the Anambra airport city (aerotropolis) to be signed now before Obiano leaves office. Whether we like it or not, the airport city will develop now that the airport has become a reality. The question now is whether it will be a re-creation of another Ochanja type development with unorganized, filthy markets and truck parks everywhere, or if we will manage to create something decent as a true airport city that will become a reference of development for the entire southeast. The difference between these two types of development is early intervention by the government to properly guide how the desired airport city should develop.
Most of us like how the development of Abuja was regulated to produce a decent, well-planned city. Abuja is better than Lagos because it was planned and the development regulated according to the master plan. I have come to trust Willie Obiano as a man committed to the quality and development of a place based on the master plan, not the chaotic market trader development we have in Nigeria. This is actually a rare attribute among many Africans especially Southeast governors!
My fear is that a new Anambra governor might have their typical funny and weird fixation of either building a mobile phone assembly plant as their only development, while totally neglecting government core functions of ensuring core developmental areas as the Anambra airport city has properly regulated development. That is why we are pleading to Obiano to sign the MOU for the development of Anambra International Airport City before leaving office. That is the only way to ensure that development within the airport city eventually follows the plan to meet our collective aspiration for a truly modern aerotropolis in Anambra state.
A well-planned and carefully designed residential and commercial development district similar to the video below will be desirable for the Anambra International Airport city (Aerotropolis). it will also help grow tourism and attraction of high-end quality investment into the state for such a district to exist close to the international airport.
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|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by OreMI22: 3:51pm On May 01|
Anyway, I'm not a specialist. It is just something I observed through educating myself here. However, I'm not sure if the actual compass is oriented differently from the paper illustration of a compass for runways that lie in a left-right horizontal direction. This is because if you use google earth to look at every airport runway in the world that lies in a left-right horizontal direction, the bigger number is always on the right-hand side and the smaller number is always on the left-hand side. You can do this research yourself. Even all the airports in the world with 06,24 runway orientation across the world follow that order.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ofodirinwa: 3:57pm On May 01|
which neighborhoods would you say are 'shanty slums'? lol
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by TheIstOfHisName: 4:45pm On May 01|
These pictures were taken in 2021 by @Orjioffical and @Owerrichick, along the Ohi- Orogwe road in Owerri, Imo state. This is the western world definition of a slum. Go to "Ghettos" In Denver or Chicago, you would wonder why they are ghettos at the first place. They are better off than some glorified hoods in Nigeria you've been to. If you haven't been opportuned to travel out of the 3rd world, quit disgracing yourself in public spaces.
Using your standard of what a good neighourhood looks like, which shanty slum is in Awka? The bad road you posted of the city is peculiar in your Owerri
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ofodirinwa: 5:12pm On May 01|
lol a road mid construction that got rained on in an upper-middle class neighborhood is a shanty slum? Have you seen a road being built before?
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by leicestercamper: 5:19pm On May 01|
Ikengawo, you became interested when someone responded to your Imo brother that came here to post nonsense. You never called out your brother but busy tackling the person that responded to his insanity
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by leicestercamper: 5:20pm On May 01|
You are always on point nwanne
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by investnow2013: 5:48pm On May 01|
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by TheIstOfHisName: 5:58pm On May 01|
I guess the bad roads in hinterland Owerri such as in Nekede, with stagnant floods of swampy water are all under construction. Go borrow some sense if you've none.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by investnow2013: 6:15pm On May 01|
Chai! Anambra bu Obodo Oma!!!
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Ofodirinwa: 6:22pm On May 01|
you said shanty slum lol, show us the shanty slum in Owerri. You posted a mid construction road, and all of the shanties around it were nice houses. Show us the slum you saw when you were in 'owerri'
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by TheIstOfHisName: 6:30pm On May 01|
They exist bro. I'm not in the East at the moment and I wouldn't fake pictures to win an argument which is valid. If you think your Owerri is all paradise and no ghetto, then I would leave you with that delusion. The fact is still there for everyone who wish to stroll around the city to see
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by investnow2013: 6:33pm On May 01|
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by TheIstOfHisName: 6:34pm On May 01|
All paradise and no porthole Owerri. All aluminium roofing and no rusted zinc roofings Owerri. This is my definition of shanty, incase you haven't seen better of the world we live in
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by ANSMEDIA: 6:36pm On May 01|
Please remove those pictures, let's not turn this place to something else. Stop responding to that guy, he is obviously a troll. Let's focus on the purpose of this thread
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by ANSMEDIA: 6:38pm On May 01|
Awesome feat. Anambra is moving upward and forward
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by TheIstOfHisName: 6:46pm On May 01|
I wanted to call off his bluff. He now has my attention. This is the Awka he labels a village. Any coal tarred road dey em village. Even my hometown in Anaocha LGA boasts of one of the best road newtork in the entire SE, and he is calling out a state capital.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by investnow2013: 6:59pm On May 01|
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by investnow2013: 9:37pm On May 01|
Amazing, the mammoth crowd that thronged Anambra International Cargo and Passenger Airport, Umueri today to witness the test flights landing.
It shall be well with our dear state, Isee!.
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|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by investnow2013: 9:51pm On May 01|
Nonso Smart Okafor Felicitate With Aloysius Ikegwuonu On His 40th Birthday
- Commends Him For Community Development
Hon. Nonso Smart Okafor has felicitated with the Chairman/CEO of St. Aloy’s Oil and Gas Limited, High Chief Aloysius Nnamdi Ikegwuonu (Bishop Ozubulu), on his birthday.
High Chief Aloysius Nnamdi Ikegwuonu who celebrated his 40th birthday, today, Saturday, 1st May, 2021, handed over a gigantic convent center and chapel to the Catholic Church.
The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA), Anambra 2021 Governorship Aspirant, Hon. Nonso Smart Okafor, who was at Ozubulu, earlier today, described the popular philanthropist as a community developer who has channeled his resources in developing his community and helping the poor.
According to him, Chief Aloysius Ikegwuonu has once again demonstrated his love for God by building a gigantic convent center and chapel for the use of Franciscan Sister, in Amakwa Ozubulu, as part of his birthday package.
While praying for continued God's blessing on the life of the philanthropist, he urged him not to relent in his efforts, noting that the oil mogul has become an inspiration to many in the area of philanthropy.
Nnewi, Anambra State.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by stasius: 11:08pm On May 01|
Anambra is progressing.
God bless Ndị Anambra!
God bless Governor Obiano!
God bless Anambra State!
God bless South Eastern Nigeria!
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Hausa(m): 4:12am On May 02|
We're doing well.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by Bogus001: 9:21am On May 02|
History would forever be kind 2 gov Obiano. airport legacy project=D0NE. ICC project =ongoing. Awka stadium=ongoing. Awka flyovers also obiano's legacy.e.t.c if u ve never been2 other state u won't understand how lucky we are.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by cjrane: 5:56pm On May 02|
Soon Anambra will be welcoming this category of Cargo airplanes!
Congratulations to Obiano for giving this great facility to Anambra, and indeed the rest of the region and Nigeria at large.
If Nigeria were indeed a united country, even people outside the region will be commending Obiano and giving him titles for a job well done to open up Nigeria for more international trade and commerce.
But, in Nigeria, all the black man specializes in is how to frustrate and pull each other down. I am so happy for Anambra state's achievement because I don't subscribe nor reason like a typical black man. A seriously flawed mindset of black people that has kept us down and against each other's progress worldwide.
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|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by SlayerForever: 6:10pm On May 02|
Airport is not done.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by boogietrends: 6:39pm On May 02|
Get ready Anambrarians and everybody because very soon you will be landing in your homeland!!
Anambra International Airport's 3 maiden flights + full updates.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by cjrane: 7:43pm On May 02|
I would have been shocked if Ned Media did not attend the test flight demonstration. His video and Eboh Media's were some of the best documentaries during the construction. I have come to love these two vloggers and their ways of telling a story through their unique perspectives.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by NEWSREPORT: 7:46pm On May 02|
This was the very rare moment the air peace pilot announced to the passengers that they are now in the air space of Anambra international airport
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by tshtsh: 8:23pm On May 02|
I read some posts about how the airport is a run down and comparing it with $2bn airports globally. I went on youtube and watched the drone video of the project. My position is that anambra airport can compete with abuja airport when completed. I had the same feeling when I landed in abu dhabi in 2012 with the airport looking like a construction site with cranes and bulldozers all over the place. A look at abu dhabi airport today is mindblowing. With the layout of the anambra airport, if continuous investment is done over the next 4 - 8 years that project will be a thing to be proud of. Hopefully the govt that will take over from Obiano will not abandon the project and I also believe anambra investors will take advantage of opportunities to invest there. Its a state government airport and will not be subject to the bureaucracy of FAAN and its unions. I also believe air peace can tap into the market that airport will offer.My fear is that enugu airport will lose its relevance in the region but since the fed govt have refused to invest in it the way it ought to anambra can serve as the gateway airport to the south east.
|Re: Update on developments in Anambra state-photos by BossJamal: 8:26pm On May 02|
Congratz on Anambra airport
But y sum of una pple dey rubbish d airport?
Ahh Jesu ile ile olowo
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